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The Lonely Hearts Club by Radclyffe
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The Lonely Hearts Club

by Radclyffe

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I don't usually comment on the sex scenes in lesbian romance because they generally aren't the primary reason why Iread the book (although they're usually a nice addition to a good or okay plot part of the novel). But, in the case of this book. Yikes. Some of them were very intense (in a good way).

The story at the novel's heart is about thre friends. Brenda, Liz and Candace. They met in college and formed this Lonely Heart Club where the commiserate over breakups and in general are there for each other.

Liz is a lawyer who gets some very surprising news, she then runs into (very hard) Reilly, a Doctor, and that starts something that both of them want but aren't sure if they're quite ready for.

There's also Candace who's usually quite the lady's lady, but who finds an interesting match with another lawyer Parker.

And there's Brenda (or Bren to Candace and Liz). Her story has even more secrets and surprises and it more than the other who plots kept me guessing.

It was a fun read and especially liked how the characters changed uring the narrative. ( )
  DanieXJ | Jun 4, 2017 |
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